A just balance and scales are the Lord’s; all the weights in the bag are his work. — Proverbs 16:11 Thank-you to my colleague James for bringing Thoughts on Law Prof Work-Life Imbalance From Those Left Behind” by Paul Caron, Pepperdine University School of Law (TaxProf Blog, 7/8/2014) to my attention. My first response was praying for the spouse […]
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Education of the Heart and Mind. Santa Ono at TEDxEmory (20 min, 30 sec) In this TEDxTalk, Santa Ono, Ph.D., provides a glimpse of his perspective on Education of the Heart and Mind. On Saturday, March 1, the Canadian-American biologist who now serves as the 28th President of the University of Cincinnati (UC)  and the Honorary Consul for […]
James W. Sire digs deeper into Micheal Hickerson‘s Worldview question: How can we find common ground when someone has a radically different worldview from our own? In the previous blog post, I argued that as Christians we know that we share a common ground with all people in that we are all created in the […]
Amy Sherman begins her exploration of power in chapter 8 of Kingdom Calling: Vocational Stewardship for the Common Good with a bang!
What do you consider the characteristics of the righteous, particularly in the area of vocation? How do you envision, glimpse, even embody righteousness on campus?